Introducing the world’s first rust-resistant compact folding bike!
ZiZZO upgraded most of the components, parts, screws, nuts, and bolts to rust-proof/resistant materials to bring you a bike that features a rust-resistant rating of 99.75%!*
Outdoor enthusiast, the Marino is for you!
Sailors, explore newfound freedoms when you pull into port!
RVers, hop on your Marino and get the chores done!
Campers, unfold your Marino and explore!
Marino will benefit those who live near coastline that need extra protection from corrosion.
ZiZZO Bikes is founded on the principle of “making cycling hassle-free!” The Marino is just the latest example of that principle in action. Pick up your ZiZZO Marino today!
*Independent testing done by SGS-CSTSC Standards Technical Service Co., LTD, indicates that the Marino is rated at level 8 of ISO 10289:1999 which is greater than 0.1% and less than 0.25% rusting found on the Marino after 24-hour 5% salt spray solution at 35 deg C and 70-170 KPA pressure.
SGS CORROSION TEST REPORT:
Accessories works with the Pig Nose: Front rack. Front Basket
i have been wanting to get a folding bike for years now but was very skeptical. couldn't justify spending a few thousand on the likes of a brompton but also found anything below $500 questionable as to quality and safety. every few years i would start a research and abandon it without making a purchase, until a few weeks ago. while searching for something relating to my specialized bike i stumbled upon the zizzo bikes. based on comments and reviews, it took me about 20 minutes to make up my mind. the urbano was easy to unfold and only needed to have the saddle post clamp tightened before the first test ride in the local park. after i stopped by my local bike shop to address squeaky front brakes and to get a small bell. i have attempted a few hills which i found a bit challenging to test the gears and the urbano handled them without a complaint. i also felt safe going down the numerous hills in the neighborhood, in a bike lane of a busy road as well as paved park bike lanes. the the average speed achieved on urbano during my two week testing was 15km/h and the maximum clocked in at 33km/h, the longest distance achieved during that time was 20km. overall, i am very happy with my purchase so far, i find the urbano very comfortable to ride and easy to handle. i plan to ride the urbano to the boardwalks at local beaches, take it on the train out of the city to ride longer bike trails (like the different sections of the empire state bike trail) and use it as a main mode of transportation once i go back to work next year. everyone i know who has seen my urbano up close was impressed with its build and weight, a few started their own research into foldable bikes. urbano seems like a perfect blend of durability and convenience to us city dwellers. good job zizzo! and thank you :)